|we 26 no 14|
As we've said before Framlingham Bookshop is a proper bookshop and so it's a real pleasure to welcome them back for Christmas. To be on here for Christmas the next available advertising slot is 1st December ... did we say that we had 15,000+ visitors last month?
A Vintage Retro & Modern (well that covers just about everything) this Sunday at the Snape Maltings.
|tu 25 no 14|
In memory of Fish we've been meaning to mention the Samaritans' Twitter app Radar launched at the end of October. The app monitors friends' Twitter accounts for concerning words or phrases. The Samaritans have since suspended the app.
|mo 24 no 14|
Haven't done one of these for a while and this time it's Earl Soham; the Falcon pub which was certainly still open in the 1980s, Brundish Lodge and a 1933 cricket match between the village and the East Anglian Daily Times.
|su 23 no 14|
The keyboard shortcut CTRL + C will copy a selection, makes sense. Shortcut CTRL + X cuts (copies then deletes) a selection, just about makes sense but CTRL + V to paste what's been ... more here
|sa 22 no 14|
♫ It was so packed at last night's Maverick concert in Easton Farm Park that some were watching the show on cctv in the bar. Being appreciated were local band The Kevin Duffy Band, British banjo annoyer Dan Walsh and the sweetly soprano Canadian voice of red haired Meaghan Blanchard. Next Maverick show is February at the farm ... more here
|fr 21 no 14|
What goes round definitely comes round, this BT hole in the ground near Fairfield Road Framlingham has been there for at least two years.
There have been three Orford business break ins in the first half of this month.
|th 20 no 14|
The trick to finding the Aldeburgh Community Centre (a local community centre for local communities) entrance is it's round the back. Once we'd worked that out we found it crammed with help organisations and charities though the police easily had the ... more here
|we 19 no 14|
Tomorrow's Brundish film is the period (1960s) thriller The Two Faces of January (cert 12A).
|tu 18 no 14|
Three ladies in dappled sunlight on the Market Hill Framlingham uploaded this morning has already gained three Flickr faves.
Nearer Stradbroke than Dennington
|mo 17 no 14|
If you don't know who Edwyn Collins is you'll probably know this if only from the M&S ads. In 2005 he suffered two near death cerebral haemorrhages but at the Aldeburgh documentary film festival yesterday for a showing of The Possibilities Are Endless about his recovery he entered employing a walking stick and an energetic hobble that was life affirming rather than disempowering. At the ... more here ♫
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